Category: Review

Hours to Kill

For Fans of High Stakes Drama and Action I’m a fan of Susan Sleeman’s romantic suspense, but the Homeland Heroes series has to be hands down my favorite. I love the interaction between government agencies as they save the country from terrorists and all… Continue Reading “Hours to Kill”

the purple nightgown

For Fans of True Crimes, Historical Fiction, and Suspense This next installment in the True Colors series gives readers another creepy crime story from American history. The Purple Nightgown takes readers back to the early 1900’s. Stella Burke would do anything to rid herself… Continue Reading “the purple nightgown”

Cast the First Stone

For fans of police detective novels and time travel Cast the First Stone is a time-traveling adventure story. What would happen if you were able to go back in time and fix your mistakes? This is the question facing Rembrandt Stone. As an ex-police… Continue Reading “Cast the First Stone”

Network of Deceit

For Fans of Police Procedurals and Detective Cases Network of Deceit follows Amara Alvarez, homicide detective with the San Antonio police department, as she gets her first case. Readers could probably start with Network, but it helps to have read Collision of Lies just… Continue Reading “Network of Deceit”


For Fans of Intense Suspense and Small-Town Mysteries Obsession is a must-read for suspense fans. Emma Winters is a park ranger who is doing a historical project involving an archeological dig. But someone doesn’t want her uncovering long-buried secrets in the state park. She… Continue Reading “Obsession”

The Thief of Blackfriar lane

For fans of historical settings and mystery The Thief of Blackfriar Lane gives readers a trip to Victorian London with a twisted mystery to solve. Jackson Forge’s training to be a constable is hanging by a thread. He gets one last chance prove himself… Continue Reading “The Thief of Blackfriar lane”

Lethal Intent

Lethal Intent gives readers an intriguing story! Caroline Braggs is an attorney who takes a job with a research laboratory as their inside counsel. She dives into the world of experimental research for developing life-saving treatments and drugs. But she begins to discover that the data doesn’t add up, and several key employees have suddenly died. The more she digs, the more danger she finds herself in. She also finds her relationship with Brandon Lancaster in jeopardy because of her job.

Trial and Error

For Fans of Small Town Settings and Family Drama Trial and Error by Robert Whitlow brings readers to a small town with plenty of secrets. Buddy Smith is an attorney who helps track down missing children, including his daughter. He teams up with the… Continue Reading “Trial and Error”